Daedalus Dreamed by Earl Coggins
In Greek mythology, Daedalus was a craftsman and architect. His most famous creation was The Labyrinth, constructed for King Minos of Crete as a prison intricately laced with a system of mazes intent on providing its sole inhabitant, the Minotaur, a life of incarceration with no hope for escape.
This piece is part of Earl Coggins show "On The Fringe Abstract Realities." On exhibit at the Main Library 2nd and 3rd floor from October 4 through November 1, 2023. Purchases may be made online. Work will be available for pick up after the exhibition at 320 East Adams Street.
Artist Earl Coggins
48w X 30h inches
Acrylic on Canvas
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